Dominic and Daniel, twin brothers separated at birth, reunite after more than 20 years. They are infatuated with their other half; however, they find themselves entangled in a web of vengeance and vindication on their way to discovering a family secret buried by their mother.
Bruce LaBruce provokes our twisted minds with another taboo galore by crossing the blurry line between arthouse and pornography. His latest film Saint-Narcisse, filled with disturbing scenes of all sorts of sexual fetish, is certainly not for the faint of heart. Instead of expecting deep reflection and dissection of the extreme topics it touches, just enjoy the turns and thrills of this roller coaster ride and you should get more than you bargained for. (Karen PARK)
Bruce LaBruce is an internationally acclaimed filmmaker, photographer, writer, and artist based in Toronto but creating works around the world. As a photographer, LaBruce has had numerous gallery shows around the world, including a photo exhibit called “Obscenity” at La Fresh Gallery in Madrid, Spain. LaBruce has written and directed eleven feature films, including Gerontophilia (2013) that World Premiered in the Venice Days, and Pierrot Lunaire (2014) that won the Teddy Award Special Jury Prize at Berlinale. Saint-Narcisse is invited to the Venice Days at the Venice International Film Festival.